“There were certain things regarding cybersecurity I just assumed my staff would know about. It turns out I was wrong.” This is what a senior manager said to me recently during a meeting. A member of staff had been caught out by a phishing email. There were plenty of warning signs that the email was a scam, however on this occasion the recipient missed all of them. Why was that?
Converged Communication Solutions joins a small band of around 30 UK tech firms to hold IASME (Information Assurance for Small and Medium Enterprises) Internet of Things (IoT) Certification Body status.
Hear Robbie’s advice by playing the video or reading the details below. https://youtu.be/Cj1lhwi_YKs Hello We have recently been made aware of a gift card scam affecting businesses in the North East of Scotland. This is just a quick heads up to let you know what to watch out for. This Read more…
Let us take you on a cyber test drive, where we’ll demonstrate all the critical elements involved in securing your business and sign post free resources along the way. You’ll leave with an actionable checklist of the 15 ways to protect your business from a cyberattack.
The topic of cybersecurity will be served up to local businesspeople attending a dinner in Aberdeen this week.
Robbie Ross, chief security officer at Converged Communication Solutions, will deliver a presentation on the subject at a networking event on Thursday evening organised by Aberdeen Entrepreneurs.
I recently spoke to a colleague who wondered how easy it would be to plug some cables in to a smart device for the oilfield and extract the data from it, without the client being aware. This is of course eminently possible, but it doesn’t really point the gun of risk mitigation where it should be.
New digital technology developments have the potential to radically improve growth rates, efficiency and profitability in farming. These digital technologies will be the focus of this free one-day, practical workshop led by Opportunity North East (ONE) and delivered in partnership with SRUC and SAOS.